Jajce is located in the center of Bosnia and Herzegovina and in the medieval period the Kings of Bosnia were crowned.
Jajce has a rich history and there are 24 national monuments in the city.
The main attraction of Jajce are the Waterfalls, 20 meters high and were born thanks to the confluence of the Pliva and Vrbas rivers.
The city center is located on the slopes of a hill that on the top houses the ruins of a fortress.
Another important historical testimony of Jajce are the catacombs built towards the beginning of the fifteenth century by Duke Hrvoje, to preserve the remains of his family. Inside the catacombs you can admire engravings depicting a sun and a half moon.
5 km from Jajce are the ancient watermills on Lake Pliva.